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Boy Scout Chris Golden, 12, of Smithtown, teaches (Credit: Ursula Moore)

Boy Scout Chris Golden, 12, of Smithtown, teaches the crowd about different types of sea creatures at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo in Babylon

The seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo in Babylon featured exhibits about solar energy, boating, water safety and, along with sea creatures such as lobsters, burrfish and sea horses in touch tanks, Coast Guard and police boat demonstrations.

Siblings Larissa, 8, Allison, 6, and Joseph LoBello,
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Siblings Larissa, 8, Allison, 6, and Joseph LoBello, 3, from left, fish at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Environmentalist Michael Aronne of Massapequa teaches Nicholas Belletti,
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Environmentalist Michael Aronne of Massapequa teaches Nicholas Belletti, 4, of Bay Shore about burrfish at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

John Lewandowski Sr. and his son John Jr.,
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

John Lewandowski Sr. and his son John Jr., 11, of Rego Park fish at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

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Twins Matthew (left) and J.T. Herrick, 6, of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Twins Matthew (left) and J.T. Herrick, 6, of Bay Shore stand next to Suffolk County Police Department Marine Bureau Officer Peter Conte on a police marine boat at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Boy Scout Chris Golden, 12, of Smithtown, teaches
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Boy Scout Chris Golden, 12, of Smithtown, teaches the crowd about different types of sea creatures at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Joseph Przedwiecki, 5, of Massapequa Park fishes at
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Joseph Przedwiecki, 5, of Massapequa Park fishes at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

A young girl gets her face painted at
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

A young girl gets her face painted at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Emily Delmage, 11, of Massapequa Park holds a
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Emily Delmage, 11, of Massapequa Park holds a sea snail at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

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Emma Schneider, 2, of Rocky Point receives a
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Emma Schneider, 2, of Rocky Point receives a balloon animal from Paddy Cake the Clown with her parents Alison and Jake Schneider beside her at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Musicians Bill Pollock and Al Santoriello perform at
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Musicians Bill Pollock and Al Santoriello perform at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

New York State Assemb. Joseph Saladino (R-Massapequa), right,
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

New York State Assemb. Joseph Saladino (R-Massapequa), right, and environmentalist Michael Aronne of Massapequa hold up sea creatures at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

Theodore Roosevelt Nature Center volunteer Jeanne Torma holds
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Theodore Roosevelt Nature Center volunteer Jeanne Torma holds an American krestrel with state Assemb. Joseph Saladino (R-Massapequa) at the seventh annual Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo at Captree State Park Boat Basin in Babylon. (Sept. 9, 2012)

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